David K. Webber

David K. Webber


Professional Background

Professional Vision

Attorney David K. Webber concentrates his practice in the areas of closely held business, commercial finance, corporate law, real estate and land use, and trusts and estates. Highlights of his corporate work include assisting startups and entrepreneurs, representation of sellers in stock and asset sales, and representing banks and borrowers in commercial financings. He has extensive experience in seller-side due diligence and coordination of complex transactions including asset sales, bankruptcy sales, and real estate. He frequently works with high net worth clients and their advisors in estate planning and probate matters. Attorney Webber also assists veterans with their benefits and has successfully appealed two denial of benefits cases to the Veterans Administration.


  • Western New England University, J.D., 2008; member, Western New England Law Review 2006-2008
  • University of Massachusetts, B.A. cum laude, 1999


Bar Associations

  • 2008, Massachusetts
  • 2009, United States District Court, Massachusetts
  • 2009, Department of Veterans Affairs

Admitted to Practice

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut

Honors and Awards

  • Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star Award, 2012–2016

Professional Affiliations

  • Hampden County Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association (REBA)
  • Estate Planning Counsel of Hampden County


  • "Advice - on the House: Check Your Homestead Protection Now to Prevent Problems Later", BusinessWest, October 6, 2014
  • "Voting Under Guardianship: Individual Rights Require Individual Review", NAELA, fall 2014, (Co-Authored with Michele J. Feinstein)
  • “A Primer on the ESOP: Why the Employee Stock Ownership Plan May Be a Sound Alternative“, Business West May 7, 2013, (Co-Authored with Steven J. Schwartz)
  • “Eight Alternatives to Transfer Your Business: The Situation Will Often Dictate Which Option Is Best“, BusinessWest, April 11, 2011, Co-Authored with Steven J. Schwartz)
  • “Terminating an ERISA Retirement Plan: Can a Bankruptcy Trustee Serve Two Masters?”, NABTalk, Journal of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, Fall 2010, (Co-Authored with Steven Weiss)

Professional Activities

  • Attorney Webber is active in the Hampden County Bar Association, the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association (REBA), and the Estate Planning Council of Hampden County.

Community Activities

  • Town of Amherst Planning Board
  • Former mentor to entrepreneurs and start-up businesses with Valley Venture Mentors
  • Former Mason Wright Foundation advisory board member
  • Former University of Massachusetts Student Legal Services Office member